The winter in Minnesota might be cold and shitty, but dammit, our summers are nice! Check out this 9 minute mix edit that Mike Gelle pieced together featuring the likes of Erik Elstran, Nick Anderson, Jake Demuth, Justin Dewitt, Seth Peterson, Mini Mark and many, many more having a good time on their bikes at a ton of street spots and a few different parks! Damn I miss summer bad now.
Here’s one we’re esspecially stoked to be premiering right here on The Union for the world to see! Above is the first full-length video from the Skworl crew from Minnesota called “She’s Her”. This video is 31 minutes of some dialed riding and good times from guys like Eric Holley, Mini Mark, Nick Anderson, Mike Gelle, Deljon Willis, Justin Dewitt, Lee Mies and many more. So hit that play button, kick back, pop a cold one and enjoy! You won’t be disappointed!
Check out the intro for the new Skworl DVD that’s premiering March 10th here in Minnesota. It’s stacked with some of Minnesota’s finest and is bound to a good one. Stoked about this.
“Instead of doing a normal Trailer we decided to just release the intro the “shes Her” to give people a hint of what the video is going to be. Riders Include Eric Holley, Mark Schlegel, Mike Gelle, Cole Nelson, Mike Olsen, Trevor Thompson, Boden Berg, Lee Mies, Nick Anderson and More. Most of the filming for “shes Her” was filmed in and around Minneapolis but there is footage from Fargo, St. Cloud, Owatonna, and Milwaukee.” – Mike Gelle
Everyone in Minnesota was loving life until it finally decided to snow and get cold this past week. Mike Gelle put together this mix edit featuring a ton of the Twin Cities guys like Erik Elstran, Nick Anderson, Gunch, Todd Johnson, Mini Mark, Jesse Hilliard, Glenn Dussl, Lee Miles, Boden Berg, Deljon Willis, Justin DeWitt, Brandon Morcomb and more. Awesome.
Here’s a fresh one from my dudes up a little bit north. Mike Gelle picked himself up a new VX2100 and decided to get some filming time in with Eric Holley, Nick Anderson, Reed Stark, Mini Mark, Deljon Willis, Lee Miles and a few others on one of Minnesota’s finely constructed pre-fabricated parks.